The other day, I found a piece of folder cardboard. I thought how nicely a white painting would look on it, and having just been baffled yet again by V. Wang’s precious designs a couple of weeks previous, I embarked on this long-sought journey of illustrating her gowns. I genuinely adore the results, I love the invitation card kinda vibe to it. How do you like it?
This is the result of a sudden desire to illustrate shoes. I went with Louboutin’s SS 2011 collection and got from his website the shoes that artistically appealed to me. The two clutches were added later, much to my regret because then I thought how they both lessened the power of Louboutin… I’m not sure though. And yes, a rather compulsory, unplanned background color to conceal the messiness of my procedures haha. Ok. But turned out quite cool if I were to paste it as a cover collage over something, like my agenda or a scrapbook, what do you think?
I also didn’t feel like signing it because of what’s happening in there; didn’t feel natural.
And, yes, “Flamenco” since it has been one of my favorite music genres, even though many people see that as kind of funny (given all this contemporary music), but I can tell you I truly relish in classic guitars and cantaores. In such a way, that today’s post comes to me as a manifestation of this music, reminding me of a Spanish, modern flamenco style, not so much in flamenco fashion as such, but of what comes to mind regarding their culture and “ways of,” if you know what I mean, but I highly doubt it since I can barely defend my art from a critical point of view because I’m weak, and don’t posess an MFA in some hard core Arts analysis…
Ok… so, you know, this print skirt came to me the moment I saw a lady fanning herself with this gorgeous Spanish fan and I knew then it just had to go in on paper!
The drawing is actually inspired by an Arturo Elena‘s illustration, which I loved at first sight, and must admit to how much he generally inspires me. Hey, I’m still learning! and he’s great like many others who also inspire me, so I don’t hestitate in imitating them before I finally master the art. 🙂
Tell me, do you like it? !
This is a portrait I had done a while ago, very shortly after the “First Imaginary Portrait” post. I like and feel comfortable with three-quarter profiles. You do notice my girls look sad, right?! That has to do with how heavy the eyelid is drawn, but that’s ok, I’m still getting into face business. And I for the most part believe that sad eyes= fashion. Oh and I did forget to sign it!
I did say some time in the past that I
disliked hated black and red together. Maybe it had to do with several other circumstances which I shall not detail. But I had to come out of that irrationality eventually and last year I had this great idea of doing an illustration using solely black, red and white colors. I do think it turned out rather interesting, kind of decorative. Hope you like it.
Oh sure, this happened while my Balmain fever was taking its toll!